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The 10,000-hour rule is a famous rule made popular by Malcolm Gladwell. The rule states that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert or professional in complex skills. This rule applies to enamel pins just like anything else.
When you first start your enamel pins business, it will be challenging. Determining the best designs, the most effective marketing strategies
, in addition to all the new things you will be learning.
The more time experience you get working on your business, the more effective you will get at the different aspects of your business. After spending 10,000 hours on your business, you will become an expert in the different aspects of running your enamel pin business.
As you get more practice, you will begin to understand your customers and the different segments within your business. This will help you further your marketing strategies. You will become an expert in creating content, running ads, designing your enamel pins
, and selling your pins
This process can be frustrating. You are bound to make mistakes. But there is no way you can rush the process of becoming an expert. Put in the work and time, and you’ll become an expert before you know it.